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Fizzy Blood return with harmonious new single 'Ka Palaho Beach'

Fizzy Blood have released their first music in four years, returning back to our playlists with spine-tingling new single Ka Palaho Beach.

Speaking of the single, songwriter & guitarist Paul Howells explains, “Ka Palaho Beach is our first new music in four years. The world has changed a lot since then and so have we. We felt it was important to release this now as, when we started writing it, it maybe felt once-removed from reality, but more and more the content of what it means seems to mirror what we experience day-to-day. It’s essentially a cautionary message about the cost of convenience and the cost of luxury. I won’t go into it further than that as I don’t want to diminish any other meaning that people might pull from it themselves, but to sum it up - it just felt like the right time."

Vocalist Benji Inkley adds, “One of the main themes here is change - us changing as people, the world changing, the music changing, a lot of things changing. We’ve had to do a lot of adjusting for live music, because quite simply it’s not something we’ve been able to do for the past two years. We wanted to come back with something a little bit different, and I feel like we’ve definitely done that. I’m really looking forward to just showing everybody what’s coming next, for everyone to see what we’ve done and how much we’ve changed… for the better”.

Ka Palaho Beach is far from the gut-punching rock of the bands previous records I'm No Good and Pink Magic, however four years down the line from the release of the latter, the new single seems to be a head in the right direction for the band, definitely different but in this industry, change is always a good thing. With a killer set at this years Live At Leeds festival in tow, the band are set to show 2022 what they're made of and we cannot wait to see it.

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Photo Credit: Steven Haddock

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